by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read There are times when flying to certain foreign countries can leave you with a sense of culinary dredd; none more so than the charming yet equally confusing, Switzerland. For all of its natural beauty, impressive chocolate, your bowels stand a greater chance of survival in a quarantined … Continue reading Lessons From A Swiss Village, Raclette
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “How is it that this nation, a land where impatience is the key to everyday life can afford to queue for nearly 20 minutes at a time for a coffee. It makes no sense.” No one famous said this, that would be how other articles written on … Continue reading Lessons From A Danish Coffee House
by Gino De Blasio | 4 Minute Read “The beauty of this test is, it’s simple if you know it, very difficult if you don’t.” When a two michelin starred chef points out this blindingly obvious logistical quagmire, it shouldn’t really shock, but this is different. This is a contest “where there is no prize … Continue reading How Confusing Is Carbonara, Really?
With the Christmas season nearly upon us, and the fact that we have been so ridiculously quiet over the last month or so (there is a lot to discuss and a few changes that will be happening to Eatosi moving forward) I’ve decided to look a bit at the food world in terms of flavours … Continue reading How To Add Flavour This Christmas
Google the words “courgetti spaghetti recipes” and the results would tell you a surprising story; with over 1.2 million pieces of related information and a plethora of imagery to go with it, it seems that the humble vegetable designed to add a water-like flavour to salads and be a staple of health-kicks has its own … Continue reading How Courgettes Became Vogue
Today’s Eatosi is all about Al Pacino, meatballs and how Francis Ford Coppola added a scene to make the audience learn something. Stranger things have happened in the film world. “Come over here kid, you may learn something. You’ll never know when you’ll need to feed twenty guys some day”. Peter Clemenza stared at his … Continue reading How Meatballs Made Al Pacino A Movie Legend
It’s World Vegan Day, and it doesn’t go unnoticed here at Eatosi. A big thank you to Karen who pointed it out. Anyway, here is your vegan infographic. If you are considering going Vegan, check out the PETA website for more details.
Well, it’s my birthday. So what better way to celebrate with a good story about rock’s greatest drummer and a lifetime hotel ban. Enjoy. August 23rd 1967, Atwood Stadium, The Who open for Herman’s Hermits. Keith Moon was on a roll, the band were in full swing – a hyper-intensive swing – so powerful was … Continue reading How A Birthday Cake Meant That Keith Moon Could Never Enter A Holiday Inn, Ever Again
It is literally Christmas time in the Eatosi house. The greatest day of the year is upon us, and here for another food recount with a twist, we learn how towel folding leads to the perfect pancake stack! Jacob E Goodman had a problem. After being tasked with the simple house chore of folding towels, … Continue reading How Towel Flipping Holds The Key To The Perfect Pancake Stack
Back for another instalment of Eatosi, and this week we look at a northern English favourite, HotPot. What are the odds that one can kill you? You’ll just have to keep on reading. What are the odds of dying in Coronation Street? The famous soap, known, loved and adored by generatia across the tiny island … Continue reading What are the odds of a hotpot killing you?